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's campaigning with sarah palin. >> it explains why we're still very far apart. >> all right. day 14. federal government shutdown. three days away from the looming threat of default. global leaders are expressing concern that if the united states is unable to meet its financial obligations it will have an impact well beyond america's borders. at this point any hope to avoid default and reopen the government lies with the senate. talks between democrats and republicans are now focused around spending and how long sequestration cuts should remain intact as part avenue budget deal. democrats want the cuts to last through november but republicans are looking for a longer deal. over the weekend democrats rejected a plan by susan collins. yesterday senator john mccain warned his colleagues about the dangers of their strategy. >> we should be sitting down and the president should be engaged and the democrats, they better understand something. what goes around comes around and if they try to you had m yh republicans, it's now time to sit down and get things done. >> it seems some elements of the repu
, bows down to allah. and look. sarah palin was there too. i'll have a lot to say about this ugliness that we're seeing on the far right of the gop. we must address this fringe that is infecting the gop. but we start with breaking news. getting close to a deal. right now senators from both parties are reportedly finalizing a deal to end the government shutdown and avoid a default. it would give the president much of what he wants. the republicans are said to be giving in on key parts of their demands. a new "washington post" poll shows more and more americans disapprove of how the gop has handled this crisis. in the first week of the shutdown, 63% disapproved of the gop. in week two, that went up to 70%. and now at the start of week three, it's 74%. 3/4 of americans don't like what republicans are doing, and that's why senate republicans have now stepped up to the bargaining table. earlier today president obama went to a food pantry where furloughed workers have been volunteering during the shutdown. he said it's time for republicans to end this crisis. >> they can solve this problem
. >> how do you tell you're losing in american politics? >> coward! >> sarah palin is standing right beside you. >> we stormed the beaches of normal de. >> ted cruz, the de facto head of the republican party. do you agree? >> you have 46 of us, we all have a little ego. >> we're down to blood relatives and paid staffers. >> that poll was very heavily weighted. >> probably understand why 60% of americans want to vote all couples out. >> i can remember taking my kids to chuck e. cheese and watching this whac-a-mole game. >> they haven't put us on suicide watch yet. >> enough games! >> you started this game. >> save us from the madness. >> send them to washington and just drown everybody! >> people back to work. end this republican shutdown ♪ the chills that you spill up my back made me feel the satisfaction when we're down ♪ ♪ i couldn't ask for another >> good afternoon. we begin with a flurry of late developments out of washington. though none of it is taking place in front of cameras. and that's because congressional leaders have just postponed a meeting with the president in order t
in calling out any who would use our military, our vets, as pawns in a political game. >> sarah palin talking about using vets as political pawns. larry claman issued this message to the crowd. >> i call upon all of you to wage a second american nonviolent revolution to use civil disobedience and demand that this president leaves town to get out, to put the quran down. to get up off his knees and to figuratively to come out with his hands up. >> the group behind the rally essentially said that it was hijacked for political purposes. they want it it to be bipartisan. what did you make of this rall? >> -- rally? >> it was revealing about a certain faction that he is a duly elected president and the way to repeal and changes laws is by winning elections and doing it the traditional way and the way to pass budgets is to negotiate be. you they just want to nullify the mass election. the other thing i would say is this i have yet to say a single republican denounce that rally. until this someone the 24 republican party is prepared to take on the extremists they will keep gaining in power and moment
're losing in american politics? sarah palin is standing right beside you. that's how you tell you're losing in this game. >> joining me right now is nbc capitol hill correspondent kelly o'donnell. kelly, break it down, the progress or lack thereof that's been made over the weekend and where do we stand now to potentially get out of this mess? >> while everyone is talking about signs of optimism, the practical prg ogress is hard to measure right now. leader reid and leader mcconnell, while they don't have the fuzziest relationship, they are tactically skilled and are charge of this. they met saturday morning, they had one phone call on sunday. i've checked this morning and so far no communication, although it's expected they will talk today. how do you measure that? well, the timing is so important, thomas, because as we get closer and closer to that thursday deadline, the pressure does continue to build. and one of the things that senator corker talked about is this is really now about spending. and one of the positives in that is if you are debating over numbers, there's a way to meet in t
're losing in american politics? >> sarah palin. >> sarah palin is standing right beside you. >> is this anyway that a commander in chief would show his respect? >> that's how you tell you're losing. >> the tea party republicans. >> isolated and -- >> ted kramcruz is going to try do us in. >> the president who bows down to allah. >> total an arky and chaos. >> well this is awkward, but the government is shut down. >> this whole shot dun has been completely unnecessary. >> on day 14 of the federal. but in fact two more 90 to nothing. the senate confirmed madeleine as a u.s. district judge in northern alabama and by unanimous consent, that is without any bothering to have a roll call vote, the senate confirmed andrea wood as a u.s. district judge in the northern district of illinois. mitch had to work behind the scenes for weeks with harry reid to quietly bring those two confirmations to the senate floor and to deftly submit them to a vote without provoking any crazy objections from anyone else. and it is not easy to do that. harry reid and mitch mcconnel do it all the time and
squared off with police. among the high-profile attendees, former vice presidential nominee sarah palin. she says these a using it as pawns in a political game. also there texas senator ted cruz. >>> british police hope new images will reignite the investigation into the disappearance of madeleine mccann. they saw this man when she was 3. they believe he could be the key to unlocking the investigation. madeleine's disappearance captured the world when she vanished. her parents went to have dinner leaving madeleine, her brother and sister sleeping just 100 yards away and denied any involvement saying they are still hopeful. >>> to india where the cleanup is beginning after phailin came on shore. it was a category 4 storm bigger than the country of france. it's being called asia's hurricane katrina. entire villages gone people wondering what's next. the last time a storm this size hit the country 10,000 people died but this time more than 800,000 heeded warnings to seek higher ground. this morning the death toll stands at 17. >>> back at home, the boys missing are safe under the youth pro
cruz and former governor of alaska sarah palin showed up in support. >> reporter: hundreds of voices, one message, reopened the monuments. protesters tossed aside the metal barrier and his took over the world war ii memorial. >> we go everywhere we are asked to go. i gave up time if my life. there are guys still over there, serving. this is the kind of things they get. >> reporter: the protesters, many of them veterans, have support from republican senators ted cruz and mike lee and former alaska governor sarah palin. the rally started at the world war ii memorial, but the crowd made its way to the white house. they brought not only their message, but also those barricades that one stood at the world war ii memorial. as the barricades piled up in front of the white house, tensions also flared. >> police were there all along mostly watching from the sidelines, at one point reinforcements were called in. >> they are spending a lot of time and effort now trying to block us from our right to say what we want. >> reporter: there was this confrontation between police and a man carrying an
to be one of those reinforcements that we need in washington dc. charles: sarah palin firing up the crowd in this special senate election in new jersey and her mojo must be working because republican steve lonegan is closing a gap between himself and a commanding front rrnner cory booker. so he is here with us tonight, @%eve lonegan. >> you know you have the momentum, you're driving down the field, you have something. we went from being 35 points down to 12, 10, six, down to three and we will win tomorrow. >> every time it has been hard work that we are nailing it. we have exposed the failed record of cory booker in newark. and i aa a principal conservative and he is a fallaway liberal. charles: what does that mean? i don't know politics in this sense of labels. >> he believes in higher taxes, bigger government programs, very big government programs coming events obamacare is not just good but a great deal that should be implemented immediately. he wants higher taxes on small businesses. his unemployment has gone from eight to 14%. a high school dropout rate ranges from 50 to 70%. and he
, but it's an interesting mixed bag of people showing up for lonegan when we have sarah palin stumping for him, rand paul has campaigned for him and chris christie who's numbers are in the 60s. he's a likeable guy. what happens to a sarah palin in new jersey? >> yeah, if you look at sarah palin's individual numbers in new jersey, they're terrible. that's somebody you bring in if you're in a six had-way primary and you want to get 28%, you bring in sarah palin. that's why lonegan is such a rare republican candidate in new jersey because the typical republican candidate in new jersey recognizes that in association with sarah palin, in association with rand paul, with ted cruz is not going to help you, runs away from it. what you've gotten from lonegan in this campaign -- and i think there is at a certain level, he just come as cross as blunt and authentic. again, he's saying things that don't resonate with voters in a lot of ways, but the consensus, but he's not trying to hide his views and that's different for a republican in new jersey. >> thanks very much. as always, you can watch "up
people there for obama screaming profanities at sarah palin. i really wish -- i have nothing against sarah palin or cruz or anybody. i'm for america. i wish they didn't come. i wish there were no politicians there. we didn't need that. >> that's what the vet group said. >> we didn't need it. it's not the man who organized it. the man who organized it, they are throwing him under the bus. i met this man. not once did he talk to me about anything with tea party or politics or nothing. in fact, here's something that's not covered. those veterans were standing out in the rain. it was supposed to start at 9:00. i went up to larry, i said what's going on? why aren't we starting this? we had to wait for sarah palin. i said give me that microphone. these men are waiting. i went and opened the ceremonies. larry didn't say, no, i have to follow policy. he handed it over. everybody was there -- >> talking about a different larry? >> yeah. larry is the organizer. then when i watched these 90-year-old men get wheelchaired down a wet street, i saw the barricades going to the white house and i ran
sunday after a rally that sarah palin and senator ted cruz whipped up the conservative faithful. >> our veterans should be above politics. enough games. >> money talks. with the debt deadline just three days away, nations around the world are warning the u.s. to get its financial house in order. >>> china is piling on saying it is time to consider deamericanized world whatever that means. christine lagarde from imf issued this warning. >> if there's a degree, lack of certainty, lack of trust in the u.s. signature, it would mean massive disruption the world over and we would be at risk of tipping yet again into recession. >> the dealmakers after talks in the house broke down over the weekend, harry reid and mitch mcconnell met today. reid says he hopes to strike a deal before congressional leaders head to the white house. we'll talk to key leaders mary landry and chuck schumer and ask republican senator bob corker if he stands by this warnings prediction. >> i do hope by the end of the day we'll have an agreement that makes sense for our country. >> good day, everyone. i'm andrea mitchel
governor sarah palin teaming up with republican senators ted cruz and mike lee and hundreds of angry veterans just before speaking to the crowd, governor palin and senators cruz and lee going on the record. governor, welcome to washington. of course senator you are here all the time. but why are you down at the memorial this morning? >> i'm here to hopefully help show the veterans that america's heart for our veterans is immeasurable and we think it's atrocious that our military is being used as political pawn for that political game and we're going to change that and we appreciate these guys who are the good guys in the senate picking up the fight for us. but there are a few things that we can do to show our support and that's why i'm here. >> this belongs to the people. we're here to show your solidarity with them that this is not a tool to be used against them in a political fight. this is theirs. >> senator cruz? >> our veterans should be above pollics. it is shameful that the administration is barricading and trying to shut down the memorials. weeks ago the house of representati
for the shutdown for months now. this is also the group -- this is the sarah palin wing of the republican party. one of the things i thought was most interesting in our poll was that it's not just as kristen welker was talking about he's popular among the tea partiers, but the tea partiers within the republican party are losing steam. like consistently since about april, 2011, their numbers have been going down. so he's basically catering to a smaller and smaller size or portion of the republican party. the problem is, everybody else in the republican party is terrified of them. and so to some degree the meeting today with boehner, it's great that he's having one. he's jim demint in there because that's really who is calling the shots. >> which comes first, joy-ann, the chicken or the egg? sarah palin makes bucks off what she's saying now. does she really believe it? who knows. ted cruz got elected this way and he's there trying to make it happen but the rest of america isn't responding to this but the people that got him there, he's talking to them. >> right. and i think that in a lot of ways,
, protesters including sarah palin march from the world war ii memorial to the white house where riot police had to be called in. >> is this anyway that a commander in chief would show his respect, his gratitude to our military? >> also today, he survived five government shutdowns. what former president jimmy carter says about the current crisis. >> i know john boehner fairly well. he's not a coward. he has a very deifficult fragmented republican party. >> the msnbc exclusive ahead. >> i want to see a doctor. >> you can't go to the clinic ups it's an emergency. >> this is an emergency. >> we don't see it that way. >> plus laverne cox bringing her real life experience as a transgender woman to television in orange in the new black. she'll join me to talk about how she has sparked a new way to talk about the undercover issue. >>> and also today, water. the problem and solution for a billion people. how a nonprofit is tackling apunexpected source to fund today's big idea. a whole heck of a lot to get to, but we start of course on capitol hill where again the senate is in session on this sunday.
. on sunday, tea party all-star, sarah palin, ted cruz and mike lee, both elected senators, appeared at a world war ii memorial in washington, d.c. to protest the shutdown that they caused, they advocated for, and now we're in the middle. they joined a group of protesters and veterans from the million-vets march, who moved the metal barriers at the memorial. of course, these metal barriers basically have become the symbol of the shutdown. sarah palin wasted no time running to the cameras in an effort to blame president obama for the shutdown. >> you look around, though, and you see these barricades, and you have to ask yourself, is this any way that a commander in chief would show his respect, his gratitude to our military? this is a matter of shutdown priorities. >> well, the quitter from alaska, she didn't stop there. palin actually had the nerve to say president obama is using our nation's veterans as pawns. >> our vets have proven that they have not been timid. so we will not be timid in calling out any who would use our military, our vets, as pawns in a political game. >> well,
erroneous concept of the debt ceiling, thanks to people like the great and creditous, sarah palin, who said, and i'm quoting her, to suggest that raising the debt limit wouldn't incur more debt is laughably absurd. now i believe that you put this idea to the economist, the great mark zandi. what was his response? >> he decided not to take on what sarah palin said directly, but to say the big point here -- forget about what sarah palin says. if we default, and it's not resolved by the beginning of november, we're in a recession. but more importantly, if we default, and it's not resolved until into november, towards the end of november, there will be a worldwide economic down turn that could last for years, if not decades. now, this is a guy who is one -- not the only, but one of many economic advisers to the mccain/palin campaign back in 2008. and so -- but you've got people in the tea party out there who keep saying, we can default, this is not a big deal. this is just scaremongering on the part of the president. and they're -- you know, they're really playing a very fast and loose game wit
conservative names, including texas senator ted cruz and former alaska governor sarah palin. peter was on the national mall for today's demonstration and brings us the latest straight from the world war ii national memorial in washington. peter? >> reporter: as the crowds started to swell here at the world war ii memorial this morning, protesters took down the metal barricades that surrounded this entire memorial. they laid them on this nearby grass allowing hundreds of veterans and others to stream into the world war ii memorial that is officially closed while the government is shut down. >> these are open-air memorials, very little cost, if any, to the federal government. these are for our honored war dead. we're not going to stand by and let this happen. >> reporter: what do you both hope to see happen after today's rally? >> i'd like to see the politicians get their acts together and quit punishing the citizens. >> reporter: from here, protesters marched up 17th street to the white house to continue very loudly expressing their disgust with the way the federal government has tr
it was george w. bush who blew up the world trade center on 9/11. so, also, sarah palin, sarah palin is back. she has a book coming out soon about, i think the war on christmas? so, maybe that's why she's back. but she's back. and it was not a big list of speakers this weekend. it was just those four and then this guy, who told the appreciative, applauding audience that president obama needs to put down the koran and come out with his his hands pup he was trying to say, i think, come out with your hands up. and instead, he said, come up with your hands out. but i think you could tell what he meant. >> we are now ruled, quote/unquote, by a president -- >> imperialistic president! >> -- who bows down to allah. i call upon all of you to wage a second american nonviolent revolution, to use civil disobedience and to demand that this president leave town to get out. [ cheers and applause ] to put the koran down, get up on his knees and figuratively come up with his hands out. >> vaguely threatening but incoherent is a patented thing with these folks. it's never held them back, like say this guy, w
had come from a rally at the world war ii memorial where senator ted cruz and sarah palin had been speaking. >> stop being so petty. i mean, one side versus the other, who loses in that? the american people. >> this afternoon in the senate, where the top democrat and republicans had hardly been on speaking terms, a last-minute scramble to re-open the government and stave off default until the end of january. talks broke down saturday over the democrats' demand to eliminate spending cuts from the sequester as part of any deal. republican leaders in the senate have given up demands to defund or delay obamacare, but demands that led to this crisis. >> i'm confident the runs will allow the government to open and extend the ability of this country to pay its bills. >> some national parks like the grand canyon and statue of liberty did re-open this weekend with the states picking up the tab. >> didn't think we would be able to go, so this is beyond anything that we had expected. >> abc news, washington. >> happening now. more than 200 cyclistses including injured veterans are on their wa
with police. sarah palin says the government is using the military as pawns in a political gain. also there was ted cruz. >>> british police say witnesses saw this man the night madeline vanished six years ago when she was three. they believe he is the key to unlocking the investigation. madeline's zis appearance captured the world when she capturedrom her parent's vacation apartment. her parents went to have din her leaving the children sleeping 15 yards away. >>> transit workers in san francisco are on the job at least another day. the 11th hour came after a weekend long talk to avoid the second strike in less than three months. tomorrow may be another story. negotiations will continue today. workers warn they'll strike if a new contract is not in place by midnight. >>> oversea, the cyclone phailin came ashore bigger than the country of france. it's called a asia's hurricane katrina that. people are wondering what happens next? last time a storm this size hit the country, 10,000 died. the death toll now is 17. >>> nineteens that went missing over the weekend are now safe. the boys w
, you know, says have a substantive debate like a tea party really with sarah palin, ted cruz an the conphet rat flag. so this entire crisis that ted cruz led us down, hundreds of thousands of people not getting a paycheck, that's not even counting the many small businesses that are dependent upon government across the country. you have consumer confidence at an all-time low this year, and you have a new "the washington post"/abc poll out that shows republicans at a record low, handling a budget negotiations, republicans are at 21%, so 1 out of 5 americans approve of what republicans are doing. so that means they're even losing republicans. so if you were in the senate and you were advising mitch mcconnell, what would you tell hem to do here? >> so first i've been public in saying that the tactic of trying to link a continuing resolution for the government with defunding obama care was foolish. it was inevitably going to fail. however, the american people think it's reasonable to associate a discussion to an increase in the debt ceiling. the reason they think that is because t
party and vice presidential nominee sarah palin said the government is using the military as, quote, pawns in a political game. also there, texas senator ted cruz. >>> british police homele images will reignite the investigation into madeleine mccann's disappearance. police say they saw this man three years ago in portugal when she was 3. madeli madeline's experience captured the attention of the world. her parents went to have dinner, leaving madelaine, her brother and sister sleeping just a few feet away. >>> overseas in central india, the death toll still rising after a horrific stampede. it happened when thousands of religious programs were crossing a bridge. rumors said it may collapse causing people to trample over one another. it's unclear how many people were on the two-lane bridge at the time of the incident. local media say upwards of 500,000 visitors were in the area pending festival. >>> also, the cleanup is continuing after the cyclone phailin. it came to shore after the area bigger than france. look at the damage, entire villages gone and people wondering what's next.
governor sarah palin said. gretta will be with us live. and walmart working to make more things here in the usa and keep jobs on the american soil. we'll tell you about products you will want to buy. >>> shut up to controversy. guards are not paid but prisoners are. >> go figure that. and one man's amazing tale of survival. >> 19 days was nothing for him. i knew he was there. >> and no, i anyhow. that. >>> wail until you hear this hunter's amazing tale of survive value. a 72 yard man is recovering after he went miss for 19 days following a fall and losing consciousness during a hike. he said he survive bid eating squirrels, lizards, a snake, frogs, and berries. he drank water from a creek and covered himself from leaves to stay warm. never losing faith that he would be found. >> i knew that. in the process of staying down, for a while i felt my leg was broken. up and down, all dead, dead. i pass out. i don't know how long. >> he passed out, he doesn't know for how long. but he is one tough guy. his ordeal finally ending when a search party heard his cry for help after two weeks. >> g
government. >> sarah palin flies in, and says that veterans shouldn't be used as political pawns, but now the veteran's group which actually put together this rally is essentially saying people were using these vets as political pawns. >> yes, well, the veteran's group put a statement on its facebook page today, anderson, i'll read part of that to you they should say the political agenda put forth by a local organizer in washington, d.c. yesterday, put together by larry clayman, was not in line with our objective. some would seek to have political gain. the core reason was to honor the veterans in a peaceful and dedicated manner. our love for veterans continues regardless of party or affiliations or leanings. now, you may take that statement to mean they're talking about ted cruz and sarah palin. but we spoke to ted cruz' office today, and they're agreeing with the statement. one spokesperson said it is unfortunate that the media has allowed this activity to deflect from the real reason, the veteran's group is actually referring to all of these politicians who joined in with the rally tod
was unfamiliar with bill ayers that is until sarah palin opened her mouth. >> this is not a man who sees america as you and i see america. we see america as a force for good in this world. our opponent is someone who sees america as imperfect enough to pal around with terrorist who targeted their own country. >> we will talk about the self-described one-time road kill of the right when he joins us coming up next. [ male announcer ] if you can clear a crowd but not your nasal congestion, you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec-d®. powerful relief of nasal congestion and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. zyrtec-d®. at the pharmacy counter. too small. too soft. too tasty. [ both laugh ] [ male announcer ] introducing progresso's new creamy alfredo soup. inspired by perfection. you really love, what would you do?" ♪ [ woman ] i'd be a writer. [ man ] i'd be a baker. [ woman ] i wanna be a pie maker. [ man ] i wanna be a pilot. [ woman ] i'd be an architect. what if i told you someone could pay you and what if that person were you? ♪ when you think about it, isn't that what r
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